4-year term, expires 2017
High-res photo: Beckman High-Res Zip
- Highline Canal Working Group
- Denver Regional Council of Governments Board (alternate)
- Metro Mayors Caucus
Bruce Beckman was elected to the Littleton City Council in November 2011 for a two-year At-Large seat. He was reelected in 2013 for a four-year term. His peers on the city council elected him mayor pro tem in 2013 for a two-year term, and he was elected mayor in 2015 for two years.
Beckman earned his bachelor’s degree from Washington and Lee University. He obtained a master’s degree in public administration from the University of Northern Colorado. Beckman was commissioned a second lieutenant in the U.S. Army following graduation. Beckman spent three years on active duty as an infantry officer. He joined the Colorado Army National Guard and retired at the rank of colonel.
He enjoyed a long career with the City of Littleton as a police officer. He was promoted several times and retired in 2010 as a division chief.
As a member of city council, Beckman brings his experience living and working in Littleton to conversations concerning the city’s future. He is an alternate to the board of directors of the Denver Regional Council of Governments. His interest areas focus on the city council goals of preserving and cultivating a quality community, assuring a financially sound city government, and pursuing a balanced and sustainable local economy.